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Animal Rights TV on the Web September 25, 2007

Posted by Joanne KY Teoh in News, Social Media, Web Video.
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Animal rights advocacy group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has a powerful website where it posts videos of animal abuse and slaughter, some shot undercover. If a picture speaks a thousand words, this is it.

I urge you to visit and watch the clips on PETA’s Animal Rights Television site. Convince yourself to act if you still need persuading to change the way you consume animal-based products.

The grisly videos document cruelty to animals under the unflinching lens of the camera. This top video on the site is an undercover investigation of the brutality of fur farms in China, where animals are skinned while alive.

The Web is changing the nature of advocacy, empowering communities and marginalised groups to speak up and join vital conversations. But who will speak up for the animals?

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